Sugar (Sucrose)- C12H22O11
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)- C6H8O6
Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid)- C9H8O4
| Chemical Name
| dimethyl ketone; 2-propanone (usually known as acetone)
| acid potassium sulfate
| potassium bisulfate - used in the conversion of tartrates to bitartrates in wine.
| acid of sugar
| oxalic acid – used in cleaning or bleaching, especially for the removal of rust (iron complexing agent)
| nitric acid
| ammonium hydroxide - ingredient in cleaning agents
| alcohol, grain
| ethyl alcohol
| carbon disulfide – used in fumigation,manufacturing,insecticide and solvent
| alcohol, wood
| methyl alcohol - used as an antifreeze, solvent, fuel, and as adenaturant for ethanol
| aluminum potassium sulfate
| aluminum oxide - As a filler, abrasive, effect pigment
| sodium thiosulfate - used for the neutralization of chlorine and/or Iodine solutions at your hatchery or aquaculture facility
| ethylene glycol - used in applications ranging from consumer packaging, beverage containers, aircraft deicing fluids to adhesives.
| antimony black
| antimony trisulfide - used as a pigment, in pyrotechnics and in vulcanizing rubber.
| antimony bloom
| antimony trioxide - used as a flame retardant in combination with halogenated materials.
| antimony red (vermillion)
| antimony oxysulfide - used extensively in the medical field
| aqua ammonia
| aqueous solution of ammonium hydroxide - an excellent acid neutralizer
| aqua fortis
| nitric acid - As an integral part of explosives manufacture- As an agricultural fertilizer- A component of solid rocket fuels, acting as an oxidizer- As a chemical reagent to identify various other metals- In woodworking to ‘age’ wood.- In the jewelry trade nitric acid can be used as an inexpensive process to identify and assess purity of gold, particularly when in low-grade alloys.- When in a...
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